The world-famous Niagara Falls is one of the seven wonders of the world. Located on the Niagara River between Canada and the United States, it shocks all visitors with its abundant moisture and magnificent momentum. When we have not seen the waterfall, we have heard the sound of rumbling, flowing and pouring. It's like thunder piercing through our ears, and the Niagara Falls are coming into our eyes. We came to Niagara Falls in the hottest season. As soon as we stepped into the Grand Canyon, we felt a refreshing gust. The breeze blew away the heat and brought the cool. Take the "Misty Girl" cruise boat and sail into the waterfall. At first, only a few sprays hit us naughtily. Later, when we entered the waterfall, a strong current came nearer and nearer to us, and the spray hit our raincoats more frequently. The sky-high mist covered the bright sunshine and enveloped us in a mysterious and spectacular world. With our backs to the sunshine and the mist, rainbows of seven colors emerge and disappear from time to time. This is not so much to watch the waterfall, but to experience the waterfall first-hand, instantly convinced by the tremendous power and infinite charm of nature.
I went to Canada to see Niagara Falls. I lived in Buffalo the night before and looked at the Falls from the side. The next day I crossed to Canada and looked at the waterfall from the front. This side does have a better view, with a panoramic view of the U-shaped waterfall. The surrounding landscape is also very good, squirrels jump around on the grass. There are night lights for the waterfall, waterfall towers, as well as busy commercial streets, you can shop and eat. We saw the three-dimensional film of the waterfall in the movie hall of the Waterfall Tower. We didn't climb the tower to see the waterfall. We participated in the project of watching three waterfalls from a close distance by a waterfall boat. When the boat approached the waterfall, the water splashed, the sound of the waterfall was loud, and it was quite thrilling.
Finally, I saw the magnificent Niagara Falls! It's a worthwhile trip! Niagara Falls is the largest and most beautiful scenic spot on the Eastern Mexican Line. The only regret is that it happened to be raining heavily on the day when I took a close photograph, which resulted in a drowning chicken. In addition, the water situation in June to July was so great that the mobile camera was completely wet inside and outside. For the beautiful scenery, it is the world's three largest. Waterfall, put together, even if the camera and mobile phone are broken, they will not hesitate to! (Note: Niagara Falls is located at the border between the United States and Canada! This side of the United States is called Niagara Town, the nearest distance from Buffalo to Buffalo, the bridge is Toronto, Canada)
Niagara Falls, located at the junction of Ontario, Canada, and New York State, is the world's first large-span waterfall. And with Iguazu Falls (located on the border between Argentina and Brazil), Victoria Falls (located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe) known as the world's three large-span waterfalls. The Niagara River, which connects Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, is only 56 kilometers long, but drops from 174 meters above sea level to 75 meters above sea level. There is a limestone cliff across the river. The Niagara River, with an average flow rate of 2,407 cubic meters per second, suddenly falls and forms Niagara Falls. The water of Lake Erie flows into the United States and Canada through Coat Island on the cliff of the riverbed, separated into two parts. Within the United States, including American Falls and Veil of the Bride Falls, the waterfall is 55 meters high and its bank length is 328 meters. Note: The bride's veil is separated by the Moon Island beside the broad American Falls. Although it's only a thin strand, it's its own. In Canada, waterfalls are called Canadian waterfalls or Horseshoe Falls. They are shaped like horseshoe and are 56 meters high. The waterfall bank is about 675 meters long. However, the height and width of the waterfall vary with the amount of water. Waterfalls in the United States and Canada come from the same source of water, but only 6% of the water flows from American waterfalls and 94% from horseshoe waterfalls. Horseshoe-shaped waterfalls have a large amount of water. The water rushes into the river in a blue color, while the waterfalls in the United States are in a blue color. Waterfall viewing process in the United States: each person receives a raincoat, puts it on, boards a special waterfall viewing cruise ship: Maid of the Mist. A cruise ship passes through the American Falls and the Bride Falls, enters the Horseshoe Bay, and then returns on its way. When the cruise ship entered the horseshoe-shaped bay, the whole cruise ship was covered with water mist from the waterfall, and it was white. Note: At the edge of the horseshoe-shaped waterfall, there is a viewing platform (located on Goat Island). If you go there and watch the horseshoe waterfall, it will surely work well. Next, the second photo was taken on board the Misty Girl cruise ship (ordinary tourists, who would concentrate on boarding the boat while ignoring the shooting) with a panoramic view of Niagara Falls. Nearby is the American (and bride's veil) waterfall, and in the distance is the horseshoe-shaped waterfall.
Niagara Falls, located at the junction of Ontario, Canada, and New York, is the world's first large-span waterfall. The Niagara River is the source of the waterfall. The main waterfall is located in Canada. It looks like a horseshoe. It is the best place to watch the waterfall. In the United States, the waterfall is separated by the Moon Island and the side of the waterfall is observed. Niagara Falls, Iguazu Falls and Victoria Falls are known as the world's three large-span national waterfalls. Waterfalls can be seen on both sides of the river, but the effect is better in Canada. Waterfall town itself is also beautiful. Waterfalls are free to watch. If you go down by boat, it's free. It is suggested that we go down to the waterfall to feel what it is called "shock". Personally, I think it's a must to go to Canada.
Shock! Beautiful and spectacular! I went by Tai'an Travel Service bus and received visitors at around 8 o'clock every day at various stations in Toronto, each with a tour guide service. The tour guide will be in Cantonese, Chinese and English. The service is very good. The round-trip fare is 20 yuan, and the return journey is one hour. Suggestions for free travel, lunch choice is a lot of room, 17 knives for Chinese self-service, 30 knives for Western self-service. Other snacks are everywhere, usually within 10 knives.
It's beautiful to see the waterfalls in the United States first. Hukou Waterfall, which I saw last year, was dumped several streets. But when you see a panoramic view of a waterfall in Canada, you feel that the United States has been dumped several more streets. Ha-ha. Be sure to experience the boat, and the feeling person will feel like entering the waterfall. There are also many places to walk around. Make sure the night view is beautiful. It is suggested to watch the night view at night and stay in the town for one night. Walk around in the morning and take pictures. Line up for the boat after 10 o'clock.
I can't express it in words. I just want to have the chance to feel the waterfall again in summer. It's so shocking! (By the way, we are chartered, pick up the plane from the airport to the waterfall, then the waterfall town, outlets, back to the hotel, 210 plus, for your reference)
Niagara Falls, in America and Canada. Visually, the Canadian side looks better. From four aspects, we can see the grandeur of the Great Falls: first, flying in the air, taking a panoramic view of the Great Falls in three dimensions; second, watching the Falls on the water by Cruise ships, feeling the feeling of the Falls coming upon us; third, walking along the shore; fourth, night scene lighting show, colorful waterfalls, each with its own characteristics. We can come to see the Great Falls from different angles of the sea, the land and the sky. How can we see the Falls from different angles? It's spectacular.